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Tenders for tho PurchnBO of
wnilan Qovormnont Donds.
Notlce la hereby given thnt utulur nittlio
rlty ot Bi'Ctlon '21 itf "An Act to Amend
and Coimolldiitc Hip Lnwi relating to tliu
lluwnilnii l'oitnl Swings Hank," nupvuvoil
on tho 7th day of September, 1WU, nnd on
that day taking cll'eet, the Pottmniter-Oen-
oral offers lor sale $!0,OOU of Coupon llond
of the Hawaiian Oovcrninont, such HowW
being of the denomination of One Thou
sand Dollars each, redeemable in not lost
than live jenrs, nor more than twenty
years, with Interest at six percent per an
num, poj able semi-annually, principal and
Interest payablo In United States Hold
The llonds express on their face that
they are Issued as security for the Postal
Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for tho purchase of tho whole or
any part of said Bonds will be received at
tho office of tho Hegistrar of Public Ac
counts, Finance Department, up to VI
o'clock noon on THUJtSDAY, tho 17th
doy of November, 18y
Tho I'ostmaster-Oeneral does not bind
himself to accept any tender or the whole
of any tender.
Minister of Finance.
M. P. KolUNSO.N,
Minister of Foreign Atlulrs.
O. X. Wilcox,
Minister of Interior.
SCHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
tho paid provnricntor gols Off flOnio
of his boldost work, protondltttf to
givo tho rospoetivo eireulnlioiw of
tho principal papers. His figures of
tho Bulletin circulation aro a hugo
lio, a tlolibornto Ho, thoir fabricator
knowiuir thov wore false whou ho
wrote thorn. Unless lio prove tho
truth of his figures or take thorn
back, ho must submit to bo branded
as n malicious liar from mercenary
motives. Tho causo of his cold
falsification is tho abolition by Act
of tho Legislaluio of a monopoly ot
legal notices long hold unjustly by
tho Gazette. As the Bi'li.ktin, in
spite of the ancient start of tho
Gavotte, goes into every corner of
the group, and has it largo circula
tion in every town, thoro is loft not
tho slightest reason for tho con
tinuance ot tho monopoly.
Tho regular Christmas Vacation of all
Public Schools in tho Kingdom, will ex
tend from FRIDAY, the Kith of December,
to TUKSDAY, tho 3d of January, lS'JS.
W. J AS. SMITH,
Office of the Board of Education, Xov.
10, 18y.. G72 3t-M lit
Mr. MAltCUS K. COLBUUN lias this
day been appointed a momber of the Board
of Inspectors of Animals for the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, vice .Tno. H.
The Board now consists as follows:
Wm. T. MONSAURAT, Executive In
spector. PAUL ISENIJEltO, .Tit.
MARCUS II. COLBURK.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Xovember 11, 1S02.
Ono department certainly has not
been decreased in those days of re
trench tnent on account of tho hard
times. The Legislature has just
passed tho Judiciary liill, which pro
vides for tho creation of two now
judgeships tho two Circuit Judges
for tho Island of Oahu. Far bo it
ftom us to say thoso judges aro un
necessary because wo think that they'
aro and havo boon required for some
time past, and tho passage of tho
Act will undoubtedly round off and
complete our judicial system in such
a way as to romovo most of tho
causes of complaint against it made
by moinbors of tho bar and thoir
clients. But whoro is tho consist
ency of the Legislature in provid
ing for more judges to try cases
whon they havo proposed and par
tially carried into olFoot measures
leading to tho reduction of tho
momborship erf tho police forco. If
our peaceful and law-abiding habits
are such that thoro aro now too
many policemen, moro than necessary
to preserve tho peace ami catch
criminals, then surely thoro aro
enough judges to attend to all tho
cases which the reduced police forco
will bo able to bring before thorn.
If not, and wo bolioo that is tho
true state of tho case, it will bo falso
economy to rodtico tho police forco
below its prosont status.
for it a record of gallant nttd effec
tive sorvieo scarcoly surpassed by tho
best paid llro dopartmoiits olsowhoro.
"What tho department has saved of
proporty attacked and throatonod
by firo is incalculable. If its roward
is to bo slighted by tho representa
tives of tho proporty owners to bo
thrust into an unsightly corrugated
iron shanty its uulorout companies
will, first thing tho public knows,
disband and leavo tho Govern inont
tho necessity of organizing a paid
firo dopartmont at a cost far beyond
tho annual expenditure for tho
volunteer department, It is satis
factory to learn, however, that tho
Legislature has reconsidered its in
considorato action and referred tho
item for a central firo station to a
committee. This committee will
learn tho tontiniout of tho Fire Do
partmont bofoio reporting, and it is
easy to predict that tho opinions of
tho firemen will be unanimous and
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'J
By Jns. F. Morgan.
THE DAILY BDLLBTffl.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 1892.
An article on "Now Los Angeles"
iu tho Illustrated Californian Maga
zine for October is very interesting.
It shows tho remarkable growth and
improvement of tho "City of Angols"
iu tho past dozoii years. From 11,000
in 1880 tho population has increased
to 65,000. Pictures of magnificont
public buildings and business streets
rovoal specimens of architecture
worthy of a groat metropolis. Tho
assessed value of city proporty for
1882-3 was $9,291,000, and in 1891-2
it was $15,933,000, in round numbers.
Liberal reservations havo been made
for parks, and thoy havo boom im
provod with a gonorous hand. Eleven
railroads center in the city, and, by
tho magic aid of irrigation, tho sur
rounding country has boon transform
od from a dosort to a garden. When
is Honolulu going to take a fresh
start ahead? Not, at any ralo until
divoreifiod industries aro prosecuted
with like zeal to that now bestowed
on diversified politics.
A NATIONAL LOAN.
is all very well to talk about
Major Wm. H. Bousall discusses
tho question, "Shall machine politics
rulet" in tho Californian Illustrated
Magazine for October. Ho shows
that tho provalont system of caucus
or primary to send delegates to a
central convention gives full oppor
tunity for tho professional politician
or boss to work his game. Tho
remedy ho suggests for tho evil is to
havo tho people vote iu tho primaries
directly for tho candidates, and havo
tho votes of all tho primaries count
ed by a central committee, tho tickot
to be constructed iu accordance with
the result. Although the caucus
and convention plan in tho Hawai
ian Islands dovolopod some protty
rank machine politics, yet it prob
ably, in appearance at least, gives
opportunity for consulting a groalor
proportion of tho people than anjT
other plan horo triod. Tho schomo
proposed by Major Bonsall is
worthy of boing considered by men
of influonco barriug, of course, tho
machine bosses iu tho dilfoient
parties of this country,
at I !
Tho Hawaiian Gazotto Company
hires a man at a largo salary to lio
for it. That is, tho salary is pre
sumably largo, or oven a man with
out any conscience would bo afraid
,to risk tho future "portion" earned
along with tho money (tho editor of
Ka Leo can furnish chaptor and
Yerae), In this morning's Advortisor
getting down to bod rock in national
financiering. Yot tho people should
consider, and ask their legislative
representatives to consider, how far
it is safe to go in tho retrenchment
of public expenditure. Thoro is no
true economy in tho starving of
necessary services that in tho Ilushor
times past havo had none too much
of a sustenance. Wise economy of
public expenditure is laudablo iu tho
best of times, but economy that
would militate against oithor pro
gress in material things or tho pub
lic health, for instance, is a spurious
economy. Lot us havo roads whoro
thoy aro needed for internal develop
ment; lot us havo water and light in
abundance; let us havo S3rstotnatic
sanitation to protect tho people
against pestilence. And, if wo cau
not havo thoso peimauent improve
ments out of tho ordinary resources
of revenue, it is tho duty of our re
sponsible political economists to de
vise measures for raising tho requi
site rovouuo by other resources. If
wo aro to provido good things for
future and bettor periods or for
postoiity lot something bo loft to
bo paid for out of tho abundance of
such future periods. A national
loan really seems to bo a necessity
of tho present juncture in affairs. It
is true tho country's interest bill
threatons to swallow a hugo propor
tion of tho expected rovouuo of tho
current poiiod, but, like many an
other country under similar circum
stances, it would pay tho country to
make tho interest bill larger boforo
making it smaller. This is always
provided, however, that whon tho
money is borrowed it shall lio ox
ponded for tho purposes and in a
manner which will ensure its return
in manifold amount to tho nation.
If current rumors aro to bo bo
lioved, there is too much that is dis
honorable in present methods of
Hawaiian political nianagoniout to
mako anj- man who has not lost his
self-respect willing to dabblo in
practical politics. It would seem
that wo havo boon striving after res
ponsible government, only to bo de
luded with a very plausible counter
feit. It is an opon question whether
tho Executive has appointed tho
prosont Cabinet in accordance with
tho principlo of majority rule, or
whether tho appointmont is so satis
factory that a majority cannot bo
couutod against it. It may be safoly
assumed that threo-fourths of tho
urosout Cabinet aro men of such
honor and integrity that if thoy find
thoy cannot fulfill thoir duties ac
cording to thoir views of what is just
and expedient, thoy will iiot wait for
any vote of waut of confidonco, but
will promptly rosign thoir seats
rather than compromise themselves
by any unjustifiable compact for the
support of some unworthy scheme.
But whether tho prosont Cabinet
was appointed iu accordance with
constitutional requirements or not,
is it not possible to havo tho ap
pointment so made that it shall
trulj' represent tho best and leading
element of Hawaiian statesmanship?
As things aro now, wo may have tho
principle of political responsibility
dofiod bjr tho appointmont of a
"palaco-kitchon" Cabinet ; or respon
sibility may bo minimized by accod
ing to a "hole-in-tho-daik" caucus
arrangement. In oithor case, wo
havo no true responsible Kovornmont.
Is it not possiblo to formulate bylaw
a method of appointment, which
shall secure a fair and just represent
ation of tho best sentiinont of tho
community, and preclude the possi
bility of sotting asido tho principlo
of responsibility through tho mani
pulations of a palaco crowd, or a
Reconstruct tho Privy Council,
and lot it consist of tho three Su
premo Court Judges, and tho Presi
dent of the Legislature with tho
chairmen of the six leading stand
ing committees. Then lot all ap
pointments of tho chief executive,
whothor of Cabinet Ministers or
minor officials, bo by tho advice and
consent of this Privy Council. Thus
tho three departments of the Gov
ernment will bo working in harmony,
and tho legislative (or popular) ele
ment will have, as it should havo,
tho numerical majority and respon
sibility will bo put whoro it belongs,
on loaders chosen by tho people, and
not tho political bosses of an irre
sponsible caucus. It is tho caucus
rule that brings in by a backstairs
arrangement an element of rascality
that cannot come in openly.
O. N. E.
OENTRA1, FIRE STATION.
Tho Legislature has rofusod tho
estimated cost of a respectable cen
tral station for tho Honolulu Firo
Dopartmont, reducing tho itom
thorofor in tho Appropriation Bill
from $T)0,000 to $15,000. This action
was taken 011 the motion of Mr,
Marsdon, a country mombor, who is
ono of tho exponents of tho "hay
seed" jealousy of tho capital city in
tho House. Tho mover's reason was
that a serviceable corrugated iron
structure could bo built for $12,000
or $1!1,000. So tho country might
have had a Palaco, a Legislative
Hall, a Post Oilico and a Prison of
corrugated iron, nnd just think of
tho thousands, if not millions of
dollars that would havo beon saved!
If thoro is any public institution
that deserves to bo handsome
ly treated by tho Legislature, it
is the Honolulu Firo Department.
For ovor two score years tho voluu
teor firo brigade has protoctod pub
lic and privato proporty in Hono
lulu, Its moinbors not only sorvo
without pay, but sacrifice thoir timo,
clothes, money and even health to
maintain tho ofllcioncy and honor of
tho dopartmont." Thoy havo made
Hoodooing of the Liberals.
An editorial in tho P. C. A. says:
"If tho Marshal is permitted to re
main in oilico it will be said that tho
Reform party has made uso of tho
Liborals just as long as it found
them useful, and then has dropped
thorn." Tho Advortisor will havo a
glorious timo in making tho public
boliovo that tho abovo was not just
about tho game fully intended by
tho Reform party, to uso tho Liberals
to holp thomsolves in power and
thou drop thorn like a hot potato,
which thoy havo done. There is no
0110 in this community who is dis
appointed or deceived in tho Into
pranks of tho Reform party, excep
ting the poor blind damphool Libor
als themselves. Tho Reform party
has cuuniugly killed the Liborals
politically for tho next election,
which was a part of thoir program.
It will never bo healthy for anyone
with native blood coursing through
his veins to forgot thnt little opisodo
of 1887. To forgot it is to go under
and bo crushed, as at prosont. For
tho bonofit of "National Roformor"
(who is no National Roformor but a
well-known roligio-political zoalot),
1 will observe that Mr. Charles Wil
son is still Marshal of tho Kingdom,
and likely to remain Marshal, "Na
tional Reformer" to tho contrary
notwithstanding. Dublin Bay.
Saturday, Nm 12, 1802,
There are few
things in this
than the night
ries. They have
plumage nor does their habit
of getting closer to one's heart
by affectionate punctures
make one carn lor their
society. They are of the pests
we would feel better without.
Tor the last two or three
sessions of the legislature
efforts have been made to in
flict upon us the rabbit
another terror equal to the
mongoose in depredatory
characteristics. But the rabbit
was kept out of the Kingdom
through legislation; the other
pest, the mosquito, cannot be
reached by the law makers.
Pictures of the offenders are
herewith presented; if you
meet the one
the law cannot
reach take it
ward the exter
mination bv a
We mentioned, incidentally,
a few weeks ago. something
about the lamps that were ex
pected on the Brig V. G.
Irwin. The lamps are in the
store and for artistic design
and superior workman-ship
we commend them to your
notice. When you are get
ting something to live with,
like a lamp for instance, you
may just as well have an
article that you will not grow
tired of. Where it costs no
more than a plain claptrap
anair it is in
you to get
look at a lamp
jus,t as you do at your rugs or
your curtains; you want some
thing that will remain new to
you. That is the style lamp
w.e offer you
Separate and distinct from
these, everlastingly beautiful
lamps is an assortment of
shades selected from the stock
of the most celebrated lamp
shade builder in the United
States square shades in silk,
trimmed with french silk lace;
umbrella shades in satin, lined
with the same material.
edge is a
eye from the
lamp s mare. GSks:,
smart shade is the Venetian;
for fable lamps. Made of
surah silk and smothered in
the fluffiest sort of lace. For
the parlor where a piano lamp
is not used nothing is more
entrancing than this particular
style of shade. We have them
in a variety of colors from
Pink to Red and from Canary
to a Rich Orange. For a
shade combining all the good
qualities of the very expensive
patterns but at a much less
cost there are none more
fetching than the Lace Canoe
patterns. In size they run
from the 10 inch, suitable for
lly order of O. T. OUL101C, Eq., As
slenco of the Estnto of 8. V. Ledcrer, I
will coll nt Public Auction nt the Premises,
corner of King and Nutinim streets,
On MONDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M
Tho Stock, comprising
Counters, Office Railing,
8T0VKS, KT, KTC.
Jas, IF1. 3yr.orga.n.,
fiW-lt AUCTION UUU.
AUCTION SALE OF
Wagons and Carts !
On MONDAY, Nov. 14, 1892,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
At the Coal nnd Lumber Yard of 8. 51.
OAHTEU, King street, I will sell
nt Public Auction
2 LARGE DRAYS
Lately overhauled nnd repaired;
1 SMALL DHAY,
3 IDTJimp Carts,
1 Dump Cnrt, .'i Dump Carts,
1 HjJRCXEI scales,
1 Desk, t Wheelbarrow, 1 Truck,
1 Delivery "Wagon,
Sets of Harness, Etc., Ktc, Etc.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
nt Public Auction the
Of the Estate of James Harris,
1 All that portion of It. P. 1 12, L. C. A.
W)2, to Kuuo, by deed of Ahuli and Pne
kukui to --aid Jas. Harris. Tho abovo Pro
pel tyfi outs on the easterly sido of Kort
street, below Kukui street, and is occupied
in part by Chinese stores and by the Into
residence of snid Jas. Harris, deceased.
2 Kuleanii in Koolaupoko, Island of
Oahu, now leased.
It A'Kuleana at Honpuliuli, Ewa.
The above Properties oiler a vcrv desira
ble chance for investment. Tho Property
on Kort htreot Is now pailly under rent,
muking an assured income.
V5fc.Eor further particulars apply to
Jas. IF Morgan,
Aroyourcliiklron subject (o croup?
If bo, jou should novor bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Ilomody. It is a certain cure for
croup, and has novor beon known to
fail. If given frooly as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
have croupy children, and novor dis
appoints thoiu. There is no dangor
iu giving this liemedy in large and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. T0 cent bottles for salo
by all dealers. Bonson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
auds. m m
GiiAMMAit Class. Toachor "Now,
Johnny, boo if you can't givo me an
oxamplo of a' sentence." Johnny
"Ton dollars or ton days,"
to 21 inches
for a piano
of last year
sink into in-significance
compared with those we show
you to day. Ours is the recog
nized hot bed of lamps which
are at once "rechurchy and
distingay." Our present as
sortment is built of the kind
that is sure to find the latch
string to the doors of the
handsomest residences in
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
- t ";-'
Something New and Good
MAKES DELICIOUS HOT CAKES !
SAVES LAUOlt.TIME AND MONEY.
The Only Cakes which are Non-Dyspeptic.
MITCHELL & PETERSON, S. F. Agents.
A CHOICE LOTOKOANARY
illrds ut $! iiplt'to with
caKoaj all good sinijora. nt tho
rusmenco of Mrn. T. , Elein
Iiil', on Kiiii; utrcot next door to
J. F. Jlowlor's.
Tin: ANNUAL MEETING OF Till-
X Union Feod Co., L'd, will bo hold nt
OUIl ENTIRE STOCK OF
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A PULL LINE OF
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc.," Etc.
"Will "be Closed Out This "Week at Prices Not to te
fi- Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale ! ia
Temple of FaslrLon..
PACIFIC MEBWAHE GO., Ltd.
Cummins' Bloolc, DPort Street.
I. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahuiifaim St., Ground Floor,
LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
olUco. (hiuen ntmt. on
tho 15tli liiHt., nt 11 o'clock
V. R. VIIIA,
rpHE UNDERSIONEI). YEE HOP CO.
X of KliiB Btreot, currying on tho IjuhI
nuss of n I'olleo puloon from 1H91 to Nov
uiubor'JO, lBitt, horoby notify nil creditor
to jiroHont thoir clitiinu ngulnat thu nbovo
iiniuud compiiny boforo November 20, ISDi
lil'i nui' uu..
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